Lecoultre Ladies - Circa 1920 Diamond Platinum Set Vintage Cocktail Watch
This watch nowadays is known as the Jaeger-LeCoultre before the founder Antoine LeCoultre
Jacques-David LeCoultre, the grandson of Antoine LeCoultre, decides to take up the challenge set for Swiss watchmakers by Edmond Jaeger, a Parisian watchmaker and starts developing ultra-thin watches.
The founder of the company, Antoine LeCoultre, opened up his first workshop in the Vallée de Joux in 1833. ... Today, however, the invention of LeCoultre can be found in almost all mechanical watches. During the first 1851 world Exhibition in London, Jaeger-LeCoultre was awarded a gold medal for his numerous inventions.
Lecoultre Ladies Diamond Set Platinum Cocktail Watch 1920's Art Deco diamond dress watch set in platinum on the Art Deco Black Cord Strap.
Round single cut Diamonds and Square cut Diamonds, approximate total weight .330 carats.
Ladies, if you are looking for luxury watches with a touch of vintage, this one’s for you.Jaeger-LeCoultre Lecoultre Diamond Platinum Set Cocktail Watch Circa 1920 features Round Cut and Square Cut Diamonds. It’s entirely silver with an ivory dial. You might keep it for formal occasions. Your mother or grandma will admire this classic timepiece from Wilson Watches Collection.
IN THE STYLE OF
Movement Mechanical hand wind.
Dial Silver Signed Lecoultre
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
White Clear Diamonds
Round Cut & Square Cut Diamonds
See Condition Descriptions
Some light scratches.
Wear consistent with age and use.
W 11.6mm. x D 6.5mm
This watch will fit a wrist of 17 cm / 7 ¼ inches, according to the Bergeon scale see the last picture
The watch is very hard to get a photograph to show its pure beauty of it and the sparkle of its Diamonds if you would like I can send a short video of the actual watch just ask.